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The team at Gradplus are pleased to provide you with coverage of the key issues and stories in the graduate sector.


Cut-off dates for graduate jobs – get your applications in now!

Deadlines for graduate schemes are snapping shut every single day this week. From read more...


Unemployed graduate takes the initiative and opens milkshake bar

While it’s easy for graduates to get disheartened when they struggle to find a position in a saturated market, for others facing continual rejection has helped to spur them on to even greater success. read more...


Energy firm first to hire graduate through Highland Council’s placement programme

Graduate schemes 2012 can provide the ideal first stepping stone into a career in your industry of choice, and a scheme in Scotland has done just that for a local agriculture graduate. read more...


Small businesses keen to employ graduates



The brains behind National Minimum Wage rejects graduate, who cannot afford to work for free, for unpaid internship

Things are very busy in the controversial world of unpaid internships.

Last week, Grad Plus brought you the news that read more...


What can I do with a psychology degree?

Psychology is an increasingly competitive field, which means that the job hunt post graduation can prove particularly tough. read more...


Unearthing secret jobs

The graduate jobs market is in a bad way... read more...


When and how to follow up a job application

A week ago, you came across a vacancy for your dream job. You spent hours researching the company, hours writing the perfect cover letter and a similar amount of time hovering over the ‘send’ button while you grammar and spell-checked for the twentieth time. read more...


More options for computer science graduates

High achieving graduates will be paid £20,000 tax-free to train as computer science teachers under a new scholarship. read more...


Government propose ‘Frontline’ scheme to social worker graduates

In the wake  of the Jimmy Savile and Rochdale sex scandals, the Education Secretary is considering a scheme to attract more graduates to social work. read more...

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